Sport: Upset

Men. "Nobody will give Perry a run." Wilmer Allison of Austin, Tex., who thus expressed last month the gist of expert opinion on the U. S. Singles Championship, flatly contradicted himself at Forest Hills, N. Y. last week. When Allison and Fred Perry, world's No. 1 amateur tennist for the past two years, started to rally before their match in the semifinals, the crowd dubiously hoped that Allison would be able to do as well as he had a year ago, when he carried Perry to five sets. No one expected him to do...

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